Nagendra Magadi Pandu has come before the media after finishing a tough subject that is also much talked about today.
In 1980 there was revolution in Naragunda from Veerappa Basappa Kodlikoppa. He faced the firing from police and coined as ‘Simhapurusha’. Based on this personality this film ‘Naragunda Bhandaya’ is shot in the locations where the incidents happened. In Navalagunda, Naragunda surroundings most part of shooting was held.
Siddesh Viraktha Math has written story and also produces the film. For one Rangu Rangu song he has spent 18 lakhs of rupees. In addition to this revolutionary subject the farmers issue not solved since 1854 is also topic for discussion in the film. In those days 23 people died of ‘Golibar’. Now ‘Mahadayi’ water issue is also such a serious one producer recalls.
Nagendra Magadi Pandu known for good films in his career also hails from Navalagunda. This film will be second ‘Sangolli Rayanna’ is his observation. There was war and here it is vigorous fight. The climax, two songs are left to be completed. There is no compromise on any factor for making this film. The farmers should not face any problems; it should be end of it hopes Nagendra Magadi Pandu.
Actor Rakshit doing the lead role delivering the dialogues in Veerappa style said this film focused on farmers issues. He is cheated in all corners of life. In this country a farmer and soldier are real leaders. Now the fight for basic requirement of water is also turning revolution he stated.
Shuba Punja in the female lead has some fine dialogues as a village belle. As a villagers I had chance to portray my talent. It is for all sectors of people she opined.
The supporting artists Ninasm Ashwath, Moogu Suresh, Suresh Rai, Hulivan Gangadharaiah expressed that they are also farmers in real life.
Stunt director Kaurava Venkatesh, dance director Tribhuvan, music composer Yashovardhana, producers well wishers Shekar Yalavigi, Jilla Panchayat member Kirilingappakavithala were present at the media briefing at SRV Theatre of the film on Sankranthi festival day.